Release Date: April 6, 2018
prince, a most improper lady, and one accidental pregnancy…
likely than you ever wearing the crown, you’re only allowed certain liberties.
Yet still, those liberties can bite you in the ass.
of playing professional hockey while my father cleans up my latest mess. But
trouble follows me wherever I go. Generally trouble of the beautiful female
variety, and Gracie Diamonte is no exception. Or possibly, she’s the best
good chance my father may throw me to the sharks after all. The funny thing is
I’ve heard that raising children may not be so different from swimming with the
sharks. So no matter how you look at things I am Royally Pucked.
a hilariously wrong romance between a spare heir and the lady least likely to
ever wear a princess crown, complete with dirty cookies, an emotional support
monkey, and lots of pucking around. This romantic comedy stands alone
with no cheating, cliffhangers and ends happily with a family of… more than
Julia’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Once again Pippa Grant brings back her signature humour and takes us on a royal ride with Gracie and Manning. I have been so excited to read this one since they met in Joey’s book. Although this one is super funny, it’s not as hilarious as the others. And that’s ok. We got a lot more in this story. Manning is trying to do right by Gracie and his family and marry his betrothed, Gracie refuses to let that happen and makes it her mission to save Manning’s happiness, even if it isn’t with her.
At first, Gracie comes off as too nice. Too sweet. Too náive. She finds her steel with Manning and her baby and quickly sheds most of those. She’d make an awesome queen. Sweet and kind while also being tough. Too bad that’s not in the cards for her. Manning is his incredibly irritating sexy self. We also see a lot more vulnerability in him than with the others. He’s trying to do right but seems to only need things up more. He learns with help from Ares and Gracie.
I know I’m always in for a good time when I pick up a Pippa Grant book and Royally Pucked is no different. The humorous banter has you laughing out loud. The writing has you quickly turning pages. The characters have you laughing and rooting for them throughout the whole book! I’m so ready for Ares’ book, he’s been my favorite from book one!
escape into sexy, funny stories way more than she likes perpetually cleaning
toothpaste out of sinks and off toilet handles. When she’s not reading,
writing, sleeping, or trying to prepare her adorable demon spawn to be
productive members of society, she’s fantasizing about chocolate chip cookies.